5 Things You Should Never Wear To An Interview

Interviews are very big deals in any part of the country and while going to a job interview you must have to look the deal to get the deal. You need to look responsible enough to show them you can handle responsibilities.

Here are 5 things you should never wear to an interview:

 

HEAVY COLOGNE

It is very good to smell nice but too much of everything is bad. You don’t want to choke your interviewees or interviewers with the smell of your cologne.

 

HATS

Hats can be a little much and often are very casual accessories. Unless you are wearing a hat for religious reasons, it’s probably a good idea to leave your fedora at home.

 

CASUALS

Going to an interview on with your casual outfit is not a good idea. Like I said, you should look the deal to get the deal. So you must look professional.

 

BRANDS


You might be impressed by your Reebok classic footwear or DKNY sweatshirt, but your interviewer will not be. Obviously, a small logo on the front of a shirt is fine, but try to stick to plain, smart clothing and avoid wearing flashy brands.

 

TOO MANY ACCESSORIES

A small necklace can add a sophisticated look to a formal outfit, but try not to overload on the bling. Wearing too much jewelry or other accessories can be distracting and look a little tacky.


 

AMARACHI UGWU

Fashion & Style Correspondent at Core Magazine. I am an ardent writer on Fashion and Trends. Get connected if you have a trend worth telling.

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I am the Founder and Executive Editor of Core Magazine. I hold a Bachelors Degree in History and International Studies from Bowen University. I am the Author of "DARE TO RESEARCH". I have written and published over 16 Academic Research Articles. I believe in an ideal that all persons irrespective of their race, class or status can influence the society with creative writings and constructive thoughts to the point where they can succeed and develop their skills to seize rare opportunities.

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